At the beginning of the year, when the epidemic was serious, the city of Wuhan was cut off for cause and effect, which shocked the world. At that time, the streets of Wuhan in the lens of foreign media were desolate. Now, Wuhan has shocked foreign netizens again because of its lively scene. < p > < p > at the end of last week, a water park in Wuhan was full of people. The pictures of people playing in the water were reported by Agence France Presse and other foreign media, which led to hot discussions and was on the twitter trend list “hot search” yesterday (August 18). There are many foreigners who “fled Wuhan” at the beginning of the year and regret it later. < p > < p > on August 11, AFP reported that after the 76 day blockade was lifted in April, Wuhan has gradually recovered and the streets are rejuvenated. < / P > < p > “fans dance at the music festival, long lines in front of breakfast stalls, and traffic jams – Wuhan today’s scene is unimaginable at the end of January.” The report lists evidence of Wuhan’s recovery. < / P > < p > but what really ignited public opinion was another photo released by AFP a week later. On August 17, AFP posted photos on its official twitter account, showing Wuhan people gathering in swimming pools for summer holidays and watching performances. < / P > < p > maybe it is because this picture of the swimming pool has more visual impact, and other foreign media have followed up, such as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Russia today (RT), and CNN. They also published other photos about the current life scene in Wuhan: < / P > < p > these reports all emphasize that Wuhan had taken the “most stringent” city closure measures in the world at the worst of the epidemic, and now life has finally returned to normal after paying a huge price, and there has been no new case since May. < / P > < p > with the increasing popularity of “Wuhan” topic, some “disharmonious” voices have appeared in the discussion of foreign netizens. Some people blame Wuhan for the outbreak of the epidemic, some doubt that this is “shooting”, while others doubt whether Wuhan has really achieved “zero clearing” of cases. < / P > < p > “if you believe this, what makes Wuhan so special that there have been no new cases since May?” Asked a skeptic. After all, some foreign politicians have tried their best to discredit Wuhan, even called the new coronavirus “Wuhan virus”, misleading the public. But seeing is believing. The smile and relaxed atmosphere on people’s faces in the photos are obviously not made up, which has also moved a lot of foreign netizens. People from the two countries can best understand the gap between China and the United States in their efforts to fight the epidemic. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that a Chinese born American girl named Hermione Dickie left Wuhan in February this year, but half a year later, she was infected with a new crown in the United States. In an interview with the media, Hermione’s father compared what he had seen and heard in China and the United States. He pointed out that in China, wearing masks and taking body temperature were well implemented, but in the United States, people were more casual and did not seem to care much about whether the virus would spread. In May this year, when the epidemic in Wuhan was coming to an end, the BBC reported that Matt rove, a British who returned to China at the end of January, regretted that he had “never left China”. < p > < p > Matt said that the evacuation from Wuhan was to avoid the new coronavirus, but when he returned to the UK, he felt that he had “fallen into the fire”, because China had taken “all the right actions” to stop the spread of the epidemic, and the action was faster than that of the United Kingdom. However, the British who chose to stay in Wuhan felt that they had made the right decision. “I’m glad I chose to stay.” Sunderland, who has lived in Wuhan for 12 years, told the guardian. To some extent, this has been a consensus among foreigners in China. As early as March this year, when Wuhan zhuo’er, a Chinese Super League team who had stayed in Spain for nearly two months, set out to return home, the team’s foreign aid baptistan said: “China is the safest place to go.” This “sense of security” provided by the arduous efforts to fight the epidemic has enabled Wuhan people to swim happily in the swimming pool and make foreign netizens confident in China’s economic and social development.